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    Quote Originally Posted by xisnotx View Post
    I'm not sure Ron Paul supporters are as significant as they like to think. If, theoretically, Ron Paul were to endorse a candidate..or run under him...does that give that candidate an definitive edge? I really don't think so.
    Ron Paul is not going to endorse another candidate. also, he got 3,000,000 votes last election without even being on the ballet, and his following has multiplied since then (it's probably at least 10,000,000 now, and those are just the hardcore supporters)
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    Without question, Money Mitt is the best candidate to represent the common man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mane View Post
    how often does america actually not re-elect the existing president? i don't remember exactly but i though it was one of the rarest events in american history...

    FYI - i think the only guy their who could possibly steal enough voters from the center and even some of the democrats is paul, and he isn't going to win the nomination.
    The last time it happened, it was Bush Sr. Before that, Jimmy Carter. Both lost pretty badly. If Obama loses (which I doubt will happen), it won't be a blowout like those two elections.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    No offense, but if you think Rick Santorum would be the best President, I don't think you are someone making a highly educated political decision when you are entering a voting booth.
    I don't vote.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    Hold up, I've found a winner.
    Wow, that's really catchy! And wholesome!

    ... actually, the song in its full two minutes is probably better than Rick's entire campaign.
    Can I vote for a song for president?


    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    Ron Paul is not going to endorse another candidate. also, he got 3,000,000 votes last election without even being on the ballet,
    I heard he's been practicing Swan Lake, with Natalie Portman as his running mate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EvidenceOfRedemption View Post
    Obama will be re-elected but Santorum would be the best president. I think it would be very interesting to see what a president with character integrity could do in office.
    Right. Because integrity is totally the same thing as running as an ardent follower of Christianity, then blatantly misquoting the current president for your own gain.


    Way to both bear false witness and implicitly encourage some of the public's unwillingness to pursue higher education for your own gain at the expense of the country's economy, Santorum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    Hold up, I've found a winner.

    Heh. Too bad he's not likely to use one of Megadeth's songs, despite Dave Mustaine's endorsement....

    I don't think Santorum can win a national election, but I don't think he would do as badly as Mondale, either.

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    Which candidate would be best for Oz?

    Well, they would all be equally good, for our interest lies in keeping the 7th Fleet in the Western Pacific and getting the US economy healthy and innovating.

    We have no interest in culture wars so there seems to us to be little need to change Presidents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    Hold up, I've found a winner.

    Trying to pull an Obama?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wheelchairdoug View Post
    Way to both bear false witness and implicitly encourage some of the public's unwillingness to pursue higher education for your own gain at the expense of the country's economy, Santorum.
    Could you be mixing in some of your own political or economics pinions here?

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